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Friday, 30 November 2018

Bibox will launch perpetual contracts and fully utilize its technological advantages to cope with extreme market circumstances keeping its trading latency at the minimum level and strive to offer the smoothest trading experience to all users. Plans for a fiat exchange in Europe has also been revealed — one that will support fiat to cryptocurrency trading pairs.

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2. SEC charges Floyd Mayweather, DJ Khaled for promoting ICOs without disclosing payments

Pro boxer Floyd Mayweather and music producer DJ Khaled pumped up initial coin offerings without telling investors they were getting paid a promotional fee, according to a settlement announced Thursday.

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3. Fidelity Looking to Expand Digital Asset Trading Beyond Bitcoin and Ether

Revealed today at the Block FS conference in New York, the news came in response to a question from CoinDesk posed to Tom Jessop, head of Fidelity Digital Assets, on what other cryptocurrencies may be added to the platform, to be launched next year.

[Source: Coindesk] ✩✩✩✩✩

4. ‘Sounds Like Bitcoin’: New Token Concept From EOS’ Dan Larimer Fails to Win Fans

Daniel Larimer, the CTO of blockchain company and EOS developer Block.One, has plans to develop a new cryptocurrency side project, he said in Telegram messages Nov. 28. Larimer, also known as BM in developer circles, gave only vague information about plans for a “hypothetical token,” which would be “immutable, non-programmable, and limited to a currency role.”

[Source: Cointelegraph] ✩✩✩

5. USA Sanctions Bitcoin Addresses For The First Time

For the first time in history, the United States has issued sanctions against Bitcoin addresses, held by two Iranians who allegedly helped facilitate a ransomware scheme. The addresses that are banned include 149w62rY42aZBox8fGcmqNsXUzSStKeq8C and 1AjZPMsnmpdK2Rv9KQNfMurTXinscVro9V.

[Source: Bitcoinnews] ✩✩✩

6. Pro-Crypto Bill Proposed by South Korean Lawmaker

According to local media sources cited by BusinessTelegraph, South Korean lawmaker and National Assembly Political Committee member, Kim Sun-dong, announced the initiation of what he called the ‘Digital Asset Trading Promotion Act’.

[Source: Bitcoinnews] ✩✩✩✩

7. OKEx Announces Third Round of Token Delisting, Totalling 135 Pairs Removed YTD

Digital asset exchange OKEx have announced that they will be removing 38 cryptocurrencies (49 trading pairs) by the end of the month. The delisting will take place on November 30, 2018, at 05:00 CET. The cryptocurrencies to be removed include BRD, DENT, KEY, OST, and many more.

[Source: Cryptoglobe] ✩✩✩✩

8. Crypto Surges $23 Billion amid US Stock Market Recovery: Direct Correlation?

On November 28, the Dow Jones Industrial Average surged by 617 points, recording its biggest rally since March. Following the unexpected rebound of the U.S. stock market, the crypto market increased in valuation, by more than $23 billion.

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9. TRON dApp Usage Now Exceeds Ethereum, TRX Storms Ahead With Major Gains

TRON dApps usage now exceeds that of Ethereum dApps, beating the blockchain giant in the number of users, number of transactions, and transaction volume, DappRadar data showed on Nov. 29, 2018.

[Source: Cryptoslate] ✩✩✩✩

10. SIRIN Labs Launches FINNEY, the World’s First ‘Blockchain Phone’

On Thursday (29 November 2018), startup SIRIN Labs, which first announced its plans in September 2017, launched FINNEY, the world’s first “blockchain smartphone”.

[Source: Cryptoglobe] ✩✩✩✩

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